19 February, 2010

Naomi Cambell's Relief for Haiti fashion show, New York fashion week

Naomi Cambell's status as a fashion icon was put to a good use when she organized a massive Fashion For Relief Haiti show and auction that brought together numerous celebrities, iconic models, fashion designers and runway outfits that will be auctioned off for a cause at Net-A-Porter beginning March 15th. On February 12, the Fashion Tents were buzzing with excitements and rumors of who's going to walk in looks pulled together by Rachel Zoe.  Some of the hundreds attendees were newcomers to the fashion world who purchased tickets for $100-$150 with proceeds going to CARE, which raises funds to rebuild health system for mothers and children in Haiti.
Atmosphere at The Fashion Tent hosting 1000 people
From left to right: Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson opened show following by Fran Lebowitz reading, host Naomi Cambell, fashion designer Donna Karan and iconic model Helena Christensen
From left to right: actor Alan Cumming, model Daphne Guinness, singers Chris Brown and Estelle
Model dancing on the runway
More runway dancing and models along with Alan Cumming wearing Haiti Relief T-shirts
The show ended with a touching tribute to Alexander McQueen with model Daphne Guinness wearing McQueens's signature look along with other models who all walked in his shows. 





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